Senior conservative party members have come together to pay tribute to Lord McAlpine, whose death was confirmed today by
Former Conservative Party deputy chairman Lord McAlpine has died, his family has announced. Lord McAlpine, 71, was previously
My view is that the BBC is simply not transmitting an accurate account of reality. Over the space of the year it has ignored significant news and spun events to present something quite different from what those involved witnessed.
These days, it seems that pretty much anyone can become "a journalist". If you're related to someone famous - like Peaches Geldof, daughter of Sir Bob - then you can start blogging and tweeting on all the latest stories of the day. You will very quickly have gotten yourself quite a large audience.
Phillip Schofield spent two hours googling paedophile rumours before his bungled attempt to ambush David Cameron live on
In November 2012, BBC's "Newsnight" broadcast a report making serious allegations against 'a leading Conservative politician from the Thatcher years'. A frenzy of speculation followed on social media sites, with Mrs Bercow tweeting to her 56,400 followers: Why is Lord McAlpine trending? *Innocent face*. Lord McAlpine commenced libel action claiming damages over the Tweet.
Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow has settled a libel action brought by Lord McAlpine after the High Court found a tweet
A tweet by Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow about Lord McAlpine was libellous, the High Court in London has ruled. Lawyers
A tweet by Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow pointed "the finger of blame" at Tory peer Lord McAlpine during a media frenzy
Sally Bercow's tweets have more readers than some newspapers, a court has been told. As the libel case brought by Lord McAlpine